|1||Jan. 13th - Introduction||1/15 The Internet. Introduction to C++|
|2||1/20 Chapter 1||1/22 Chapter 2|
|3||1/27 Variables||1/29 Arithmetic operators|
|4||Feb. 3rd Chapter 3||2/5 Assignment 1 due|
|5||2/10 if-else Chapter 4||2/12 Lincoln's bd - no class|
|6||2/17 Review exam 1||2/19|
|7||2/24 Chapter 10 -- Functions||2/26 Assignment 2 due. Nested if|
|8||March 3rd Pass by value||3/5 Chapter 6|
|9||3/10 Pass by reference||3/12 Chapter 6|
|10||3/17 Loops||3/19 Chapter 5 again|
|11||3/24 Exam 2 on functions||3/26 Women in Computing|
|12||3/31 Spring Recess||April 2nd No classes|
|13||4/7Chapter 10||4/9More on loops... and files|
|14||4/14 Assignment 3 due.||4/16 Arrays|
|15||4/21 Chapter 11 Assignment 4 due.||4/23 Searching and Merging|
|16||4/28 Assignment 5 due.||4/30 Review|
|17||Sat. May 2nd Common Final exam 10:45-12:45 in CLS 1001||End of Semester. Have fun this summer!|
Cs-200 meets in the Smart Classroom S242 on Tues.-Thurs. at 9:25-10:40 am.
5 Assignments will count for 40% of your grade.
3 exams will count for 50% of your grade.
Participation in class/group discussion will count for 10%.
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